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iridescent
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

3 uses
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Definition
varying in color when seen in different lights or from different angles
  • Together, they crossed back to her bench, causing a cluster of pigeons, their feathers iridescent, to burst into flight.
    p. 329.9
  • Pigeons waddled in the grass near her feet, pecking, shuffling their iridescent wings.
    p. 324.2
  • She remembered her wild drives to the Ohio as a young woman, the strangely iridescent skin of the water, the sheerness of the limestone banks, the wind lifting her hair.
    p. 337.8

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